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North Hills Community Outreach
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Seeking to erase poverty, crisis and hardship in northern Allegheny County
Seeking to erase poverty, crisis and hardship in northern Allegheny County

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We are officially SOLD OUT for this Sunday's 25th Anniversary Dinner at LeMont on Mt. Washington. We can wait to see all 310 attendees and celebrate 25 Years of People Helping People. +1 this post, if you agree.
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Check out some great photos from last week's pasta dinner!
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Millvale Pasta Dinner (11 photos)
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We picked up some new tips for our social media endeavors. Thanks!
Had a great time at our Social Media for Nonprofits panel last night, hosted by Google Pittsburgh. Thanks to all who attended!
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We harvested the first yield of the season at our garden yesterday. Three pounds of lettuce!
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Are you thinking about a food drive? March and April are the perfect time to donate to NHCO's food pantries. The Feinstein Foundation will match all food and financial donations made over the next two months during their annual million dollar campaign to fight hunger. Check out our online collection toolkit for a step-by-step guide to organizing your own drive.

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The new www.nhco.org is up! Stop by and check it out.

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We still have bibs available for the 2012 Pittsburgh Marathon if there is anyone out there willing to fundraise for us. Call Lee Anne at 412-487-6316, opt. 1 ext. 3133 for more information.

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Wells Fargo Advisors awarded us a $2,500 Investing in Our Communities grant during this week's NHCO Board of Directors meeting. Lisa Hitchcock and Joe Seymour presented the check to directors Peggy Jopling (left) and Dave Rishel (right). Thanks so much for helping your neighbors in need!
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Act One Theater School presented "This Land is Your Land" on Saturday and donated proceeds to families in need. Karen Cordaro, Owner of Act One Theatre School and student Jocelyn Kavanagh showed off some of the desserts offered during the event with Dave Gifford, NHCO's Healthy Futures AmeriCorps VISTA.
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